Alfa Rpar - AS3280A - Dual OTA

Product information "Alfa Rpar - AS3280A - Dual OTA"
The AS3280 and AS3280A types consist of two variable operational amplifiers that are designed to substantially reduce the initial input offset voltage and the offset voltage variation with respect to changes in programming current. This design results in reduced "AGC thump," an objectionable characteristic of many AGC systems. Careful design of critical places of the circuit reduces the amplifier dependence upon thermal and processing variables.
The AS3280 has all the generic characteristics of an operational voltage amplifier except that the forward transfer characteristics is best described by transconductance rather than voltage gain, and the output is current, not voltage. The magnitude of the output current is equal to the product of transconductance and the input voltage. This type of operational transconductance amplifier has since gained wide acceptance as a gateable, gain controlled building block for instrumentation and audio applications, such as linearization of transducer outputs, standardization of widely changing signals for data processing, multiplexing, instrumentation amplifiers operating from the nanopower range to high current and high speed comparators.

• Low Initial Input Offset Voltage: 500 μV (Max) (AS3280A)
• Low Offset Voltage Change vs I_ABC: <500 μV (Typ)
• Low Offset Voltage Drift: 5μV/°C (Max) (AS3280A)
• Excellent Matching of the Two Amplifiers for All Characteristics
• Internal Current-Driven Linearizing Diodes Reduce the External Input Current to an Offset Component
• Flexible Supply Voltage Range ±2V to ±15V

• Voltage Controlled Amplifiers Oscillators
• Multipliers
• Demodulators
• Sample and Hold
• Instrumentation Amplifiers
• Function Generators
• Triangle Wave-to-Sine Wave Converters
• Comparators
• Audio Preamplifier
Basic Function: OTA (2x)
IC Package: PDIP-16 (THT)
Pin Count: 16
Pin Pitch [mm]: 2,54
Technology: THT

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